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Report - Stanley Dock Tobacco Warehouse - Liverpool - 29/6/08

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Speed, Jul 9, 2008.

  1. Speed

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    Visited a few weeks back.. Thought the place was pretty cool dispite being pretty empty. The ground floor is used as a market on sundays so its a bit of a infiltration'y type explore too. Well worth the look if your in the area.

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    Rainy external

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    One end to the other

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    Rain pours in

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    Awsome doors and signage, reminded me of millenium mills.

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    The were several stairwells all with thier own lift in the centre

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    Passage way

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    Stairwell

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    Toilets

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    Looking out over the nearby grain silo and another warehouse on the other side of the dock.

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    More doors

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    one of the few remaining 'things'

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    Top floor was much lighter as it had skylights, plants were growing everywhere.

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